Adam and Eve and God

Topics: Adam and Eve, Sin, Garden of Eden Pages: 4 (1071 words) Published: September 27, 2013


REFLECTION PAPER

THEOLOGY 104

STUDENT: TYRONE JENKINS

PROFESSOR: AARON GASTON

DATE: JULY 21, 2013

In the beginning, God have always wanted a relationship with man. He formed man in his own image. Not wanting the man to be alone, he put him to sleep and took one of his ribs. He formed woman from Adam's rib. Adam was able to name the woman, which he named Eve. They walked in the garden daily naked. I will discuss these two topics: The Fall of Man and Reconciliation. Because of Eve's deception, they were exiled out of the garden. In the cross, reconciliation was made. The Fall of Man When Eve listened to satan, temptation entered the world. Before the deception, Adam and Eve knew no evil. She allowed herself to be taken by the enticing words of the serpent. The serpent told her how they would be as gods, if they ate from the forbidden fruit. They could eat from every tree, but that one. The serpent comes to lower us away from god, when we are taken away in our own lust. She was thinking about they becoming as gods. When the woman ate, she then took it to her husband. The husband did eat it. When they began to hear God coming, they began to hide themselves. God knew then they had sinned. He asked Adam where are thou. Adam said, he was hiding, because they were naked. In the beginning, they did not know they were naked. After the fruit, their eyes were opened to sin. Because of their sin, they had to leave the garden. The relationship of God and man had been seperated. He was no longer able to walk with God. Because of their...
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